Dog Friendly Activities in Chelsea, MI

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in Chelsea, and 25 more nearby. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Chelsea.

Pet Friendly Waterloo Recreation Area
Waterloo Recreation Area The Waterloo Recreation Area is a pet-friendly recreation area in Chelsea, MI. It is home to multiple campgrounds, cabins/yurts, beaches, picnic areas, fishing lakes, nature trails, hiking trails, mountain biking trails, equestrian trails, the Gerald Eddy Discovery Center, and much more. The park is more than 20,000 acres and finding where you want to go may take some time. It is recommended that you view the Waterloo Recreation Area map and detailed driving directions for the various units within the park prior to your visit. Dogs are not permitted in buildings or in swimming areas. See Details
Pet Friendly Arise Church Dog Park
Arise Church Dog Park The Arise Community Dog Park is a free, open to the public dog park in Pinckney, MI. It is a 2-acre fenced area where dog owners can bring their dogs for unleashed socialization, exercise and play with other dogs. The area is grassy with picnic tables, water access, and trash receptacles. See Details
Argo Park Canoe & Kayak Bring Fido and rent a canoe or kayak at the dog-friendly Argo Park Canoe & Kayak in Ann Arbor, MI. Although you're in the heart of the city, you'll enjoy a leisurely trip down the water, and a peaceful day on the river as you spot turtles, cranes, ducks and swans. Hours and rates vary per itinerary. Dogs welcome on all vessels except inflatables. See Details
University of Michigan Nichols Arboretum The University of Michigan Nichols Arboretum in Ann Arbor, MI, is dog friendly! Although the botanical gardens are off the cards for dogs, pups are welcome to join their owners on the trails around the arboretum. Enjoy the varied fauna from the pet-friendly trails with your leashed pup. Admission is free. See Details
EZDog Park EZDog Park is a private off-leash facility located in Howell, MI. The park features a separate area for small dogs, a large man-made pond with a waterfall for swimming, two sand piles for climbing, an indoor training building with agility equipment and mowed paths throughout the facility. They offer daily and monthly passes for you to sign your furry friend up. See Details
Pinckney Recreation Area Pinckney Recreation Area is a paradise for backpackers, mountain bikers, anglers and other recreation enthusiasts in Pinckney, MI. It is also dog-friendly and includes an extensive trail system and chain of excellent fishing lakes. Over forty miles of multi-use trail with remote campsites afford a backcountry experience. Dogs are not permitted in buildings or in the designated swimming area. See Details
Mike Levine Lakelands Trail State Park The Mike Levine Lakelands Trail State Park is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. Previously an unused railroad corridor, this "rail-trail" is now a great place to walk Fido in Whitmore Lake! The map below shows a parking area with convenient access to the Lakelands Trail State Park. Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has generously provided map data for this trail to Bring Fido for informational purposes only. For more detailed trail information, please visit See Details
Ann Arbor Distilling Company Fido is welcome inside and outside at Ann Arbor Distilling Company in Ann Arbor, MI. This dog-friendly bar features their own award-winning spirits including gin, vodka, absinthe, Michigan whiskey and more. Enjoy craft cocktails and a rotation of food trucks that visit the distillery most evenings. A schedule of food trucks and other events can be found on their website. See Details
Dog Park at Mill Pond Park Mill Pond Park's dog park is a great spot for Fido to run and play off leash in Saline, MI. It features a 1-acre grassy area with a double-gated entrance, agility ramps, picnic tables, water access, and trash cans. Be mindful that it is fenced on only three sides with open water access, which gives Fido a great opportunity to play in the water. See Details
Dog Park at Olson Park Your dog will love to play off leash in this fenced dog park at Olson Park in Ann Arbor, MI. The area is located in the south-central portion of the park and features benches, picnic tables, shelters, waste stations, and water access. See Details
Catching Fireflies Catching Fireflies is a whimsical gift gallery in Ann Arbor, MI. Well-behaved dogs are welcome to shop with you for fun and nostalgic goodies for every occasion. See Details
Hidden Lake Gardens Well-behaved pets are welcome at Hidden Lake Gardens. In an effort to keep the gardens and grounds beautiful and to maintain a safe and comfortable environment for all pets and visitors, pet owners must keep pets on a leash of no more than six feet at all times, pick up and dispose of pet waste, remain on paths, trails, lawns and paved roads, and avoid swimming or wading in Hidden Lake or the pond. Pets are not permitted in the Conservatory. See Details
Screams Souvenirs from Hell & Helloween Screams Souvenirs from Hell & Helloween is pet-friendly. The next time somebody tells you to “go to Hell,” take them up on their offer. Hell is a Michigan tourist destination that pays homage to fire and brimstone at every turn. Take a picture next to the “Gates of Hell,” buy a square inch of hell, or sign Fido up to be the Mayor of Hell for a day. Play a round of hellish putt-putt golf together and visit Screams Souvenirs from Hell & Helloween to buy a lock to attach to the bridge over Hell Creek River. The store sells a number of unique and fun gifts to commemorate your trip to Hell. Screams Souvenirs from Hell & Helloween is open Sunday through Thursday from 11am to 7pm and Friday to Saturday from 11am to 8pm. See Details
Hell, MI Hell, MI, is a dog-friendly tourist destination near Pinckney, MI. The area is surrounded by 400 acres of campgrounds, biking and hiking trails, lakes and channels, recreational areas for picnics, and is close to the Potawatomi trail and Pinckney Recreation Area. You can even go canoeing or kayaking in the nearby chain of lakes. In Hell, there is a diner with outdoor seating, a souvenir shop, saloon, putt-putt, photo ops, and a chapel. Become an official property owner by purchasing one square inch of Hell, and you can even name you or your dog mayor for a day! See Details
Brighton Recreation Area Brighton Recreation Area is a dog-friendly spot in Howell, MI. On-leash pets are welcome on the trails and a section of shoreline. You and your furry friend can enjoy several miles of trails that provide a combination of high, irregular ranges of hills interspersed with several lakes. See Details
Fuller Park ​​Fuller Park is a dog-friendly, 60-acre recreation area located in Ann Arbor, MI. The perimeter of the park is the Huron River, with a pedestrian bridge connection to Island Park. The play area was designed and built by the community and is one of the largest in the City. There are picnic tables located near the play area, and parking both at the park and across Fuller Road. An accessible asphalt path connects to the play area and pool facilities. See Details
Barton Nature Area ​Barton Nature Area is a dog-friendly, 102-acre park located along the Huron River, a few miles north of downtown Ann Arbor, MI. The park is in two sections: the larger is known locally as the oxbow, and connects to Argo; the smaller is known as Foster, and is accessible only by boat from Barton Pond. The main parking lot is located on Huron River Dr, just northwest of Bird Rd, near Barton Dam. A smaller pull-off lot is located further east on Huron River Dr near M-14 and Main St. Bridges from the parking areas allow pedestrian access to the oxbow. There is a picnic area next to the main parking lot. Dogs must remain leashed at all times. See Details
TA Travel Center Ann Arbor TA Ann Arbor is a dog-friendly gas station in Dexter, MI. This location has a dedicated area for pets that need some exercise or a rest break. Waste bags and trash receptacles are available for easy cleanup. TA and Petro Travel Stores also carry a variety of pet care products. This gas station has a Popeyes restaurant, Country Store and a Travel Store inside. See Details
Delhi Metropark Delhi Metropark is a dog-friendly park located five miles northwest of Ann Arbor, MI. Dogs must remain leashed and are not permitted in nature and farm areas, on beaches or in buildings. Breathe in the sweet smell of 53 acres of mature oak trees and open, grassy lawns. Nestled against a bend in the Huron River, this is a popular fishing and canoeing destination. Spot a great blue heron hiding along the shore, turtles basking on a rock or a white-tailed deer roaming the grounds. A picnic shelter is available near the Huron River. Park admission pass required for entry. See Details
Broadway Park Broadway Park is a dog-friendly, 5-acre park located along the Huron River in Ann Arbor, MI. It connects to Riverside Park by an asphalt path and has a staircase to Broadway crossing under the bridge. It has mostly open field area with clusters of trees and shrubs and features a great stretch of river for canoeing. This park features a dog run where Fido can run off leash. An annual off-leash dog permit is required for access to the designated off-leash areas. See Details
Chelsea, MI, US